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This week we are featuring Maura Jacobsen Pottery of Cheyenne
Maura Jacobsen Cheyenne, WY 970-629-9478 email@example.com www.maurajacobsen.com
Maura Jacobsen started her business in a two room cabin in Riverside, Wyoming after she graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1993. It has grown over the years to include her husband and three children, who run the shipping department. Maura’s pottery studio is located in Cheyenne where she produces pottery platters made out of vintage license plates.
Maura has lived in many small towns in Wyoming where she has promoted her love of art. The business has grown over the years and she does demonstrations and classes for adults and children. Maura is also on the Wyoming Arts Council Artist Roster.
There are two potter styles. The style being produced the longest is all hand thrown and glazed stoneware for everyday use. Fun patterns and sayings are a reflection of where Maura lives and the silly things her children say. The second style was just started this last year; the vintage licenses plates. These become one-of-a-kind patchwork platters. Maura receives license plates from around the county to be made into platters. The love for the license plate platter had taken off. Maura has found that a license plate holds fond memories and stories, and this product allows customers the opportunity to take the plate off the garage wall and share it with family members by having a functional piece of art made.
Custom orders are a large part of Maura’s business. Her products can be purchased through her website at www.maurajacobsen.com. Maura’s pieces can be found at Wyoming Home in Cheyenne, Made Jackson Hole and at Wadoo in Old Town Fort Collins. Check her web site for more locations as they are added. The prices range from $18 to $75.
She is always looking to create a product people will love and something that brings a smile to their face when they see what has been created just for them.
2 thoughts on “MADE IN WYOMING: Maura Jacobsen Pottery”
WOW — I LOVE LOVE LOVE the license plate idea. Beautiful!
Agreed!!! 🙂 Thanks for the comment Dee!
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